The QUT Medical Centre contracts Doctors to work at Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove campuses.
Phone the Medical Centre to arrange an appointment, check days and times of availability.
Dr Cheung attained her MBBS from the University of Queensland.
She is interested in student health issues, women's health and sexual health.
Consultation days: Tuesday and Thursday
Rhian grew up in a small town in North Wales and graduated in 1985 from St. Georges Hospital, University of London. She completed GP training in London in 1989 and backpacked to Australia and then worked in rural and remote Australia (WA, SA, NSW, Qld & NT) before coming to Brisbane in 2001.
Rhian is interested in most aspects of General Practice including mental health but most of all in helping people get the most out of life.
Consultation days: Monday to Friday
Dr Katie specialises in chronic diseases and sports health. She has worked in Aboriginal health and public health for more than 20 years. She is currently still working in the Public Health Unit.
Katie's interests include cycling and going to the beach.
Consultation days: TBA
Dr Vic attained his MBBS in Malaysia and FRACGP in Australia and has been a GP for 10 years. He worked in Malaysia as a GP before moving to Australia where he worked as a GP in rural Queensland before returning to the city.
Dr Vic enjoys all aspects of general practice particularly travel medicine, sexual health, mental health and musculosketal disorders.
Consultation days: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Dr Naomi Tan graduated from the University of Queensland in 1997. She completed her internship in Townsville then went on to do hospital rotations in Brisbane and after travelling extensively (including locum work in the UK) completed her Fellowship with the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2004.
Dr Tan enjoys all aspects of general practice, in particular family and preventative medicine, childhood health, women's health and sexual health, including Implanon insertion, and minor surgery.
Consultation days: Monday and Friday
Dr Freeman graduated in medicine from the University of Queensland in 2001. He completed 3 years of residency at the Princess Alexandra Hospital District. He went on to complete the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2006.
He maintains ongoing interest and practice in all facets of General Practice. He has a special interest in skin conditions.
During his hospital residency he became interested in dermatology during a three month term at the Princess Alexandra hospital dermatology department. Subsequent to this he undertook training in General Practice completing special interest terms in dermatology and skin cancer management.
After obtaining his GP fellowship he completed a certificate course in skin cancer management conducted by the College of General Practice in concert with the Australasian College of Dermatologists. He has worked in primary care skin cancer / dermatology regularly since 2007. Since 2010 he has worked one day per week in a specialist dermatology clinic with specialist dermatologists as clinical assistant / proceduralist. He has broadened his practice following training in the use of IPL and Laser in the treatment of some cosmetic skin conditions. As of 2018 he also works one day per week at the Mater Adult Public Hospital Dermatology Outpatient department.
He takes an interest in teaching, both for medical students as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland Faculty of Medicine, and for doctors completing skills courses in skin cancer management
Consultation days: Monday and Thursday
Veronica Kennedy has been a general practitioner for more than 20 years. She graduated from the University of Queensland in 1989 and obtained her Diploma of Obstetrics in 1995. Veronica became a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1998.
Veronica likes all aspects of general practice but has special interests in Women's health and Mental Health and has undertaken further training in these areas.
Consultation days: Monday and Tuesday
Jenny has been a general practitioner for more than 20 years. She became a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1994. Jenny likes all aspects of general practice.
Consultation days: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
Christine graduated from the University of Western Australia in 1984. She obtained her Diploma in Obstetrics (Auckland) and gained considerable experience in Paediatrics working in Waikato Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, Perth and Royal Childrens Hospital, Brisbane. She previously worked in a family general practice in Jindalee for nearly 20 years.
Christine has special interests in women's health, paediatrics, travel medicine and enjoys working with young people. She likes travelling, walking, gardening and fashion.
Consultation days: Tuesday to Thursday
Rohan graduated from the University of Otago, New Zealand. He started general practice training in Canberra which was completed in Brisbane. He has worked in general practice since 1990, and has been working part-time at QUT since 2005.
Rohan is interested in occupational and travel medicine.
Consultation days: Wednesday and Friday